City of Salinas MS4

All Medium and Large Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) were required to obtain a municipal permit under Phase I. A Medium MS4 system serves, or is located in an incorporated place or county with, a population between 100,000 - 249,999, a Large MS4 system serves, or is located in an incorporated place or county with, a population of 250,000 or more. There is only one Phase I MS4 in the Central Coast Region, the City of Salinas. An individual NPDES permit regulates the discharge of storm water from the City of Salinas. The permit requires the city to adopt and enforce a Storm Water Ordinance.

2019 Proposed Salinas Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit

  • Public Notice for the public hearing for the reissuance of the City of Salinas’ Stormwater Permit

August 2019 Draft Order No. R3-2019-0073

Changes to June 2019 Draft Order No. R3-2019-0073 in Response to Public Comment.
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Comments and Response to Comments:

Public participation workshops for the proposed Permit:

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Current Salinas Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit

The Salinas Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit was renewed on May 3, 2012. The renewed permit becomes effective on June 17, 2012.

Contacts

For Questions or Comments, send an email to:

Tamara Anderson at: Tamara.Anderson@waterboards.ca.gov